|Hereditary descent - Fowler, O. S. (Orson Squire), 1809-1887|
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Sociobiology; Phrenology; Heredity; Moral conditions
|William_Graham_Sumner_ - Maurice R. Davie|
William Graham Sumner; by Maurice R. Davie; published by Thomas Y. Crowell Company, New York. Dimensions are 6" width by 8 3/8" Height and 164grams, 116 pages. Copyright was issued in 1963, but no renewal was recorded, this work is Public Domain under Rule 6 of the Copyright Statutes of the United States. Etext created by Gerard Arthus.
Keywords: sociology; political science; biology; sociobiology; new york; 1963
|Mopenhauer's The Vampiric Age|
Mopenhauer's The Vampiric Age. A New Dark Age Made more Sinister and Longlasting by the Lights of a Perverted Reason. The existential wailings of a sensitive soul forced to live in a Darwinian age of Seduction. A Philosophical encounters with the hard truths of sociobiology.
Keywords: existentialism; suicide; anti-natalism; sociobiology; evolutionary psychology; PUA
|ERIC ED318322: Communication in an Era of Specialization. - ERIC|
It is proposed that, contrary to traditional thinking, interdisciplinary communication can be enhanced, not limited, by specialization. A thorough understanding of common elements within any one discipline provides the bridge between disciplines. Two sets of examples of issues are examined. The first focuses on three disciplines in the social sciences (cognitive science, sociobiology, and behaviorism), and suggests that theories in these disciplines share common ground in terms of providing mech...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Behaviorism; Communication (Thought Transfer); Higher Education; Interdisciplinary Approach; Interprofessional Relationship; Social Sciences; Sociobiology; Specialization
|Killed By Complexity - Alex Smith|
Complex societies are most at risk. Rebecca Costa on her new book "The Watchman's Rattle, Thinking Our Way Out of Extinction." San Francisco transport expert Jeff Tumlin says cars make us fat and stupid. Alex explore's NASA's plan to save us from the next Solar Storm (the ultimate global blackout). Radio Ecoshock Show November 5, 2010 (101105) 1 hour in CD Quality and Lo-Fi
Keywords: radio; radio ecoshock; green; environment; ecology; show; 2010; space; transportation; extinction; biology; cars; sociobiology
|ERIC ED383947: On a Certain Emotional Blindness in Human Beings. - ERIC|
While human emotions are often considered instinctive, this paper examines the notion that indifference to events or circumstances which might seem to have a prima facie claim to emotional significance is related to the narrative construction of those events or circumstances in the life of the observer, and is not a result of absolute stimulus value or of inner biological events. Also, indifference is selective in the same person...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Affective Behavior; Behavior Patterns; Context Effect; Cultural Context; Emotional Development; Emotional Response; Human Relations; Moral Development; Psychological Patterns; Social Behavior; Social Cognition; Socialization; Sociobiology
|MIT 9.20 Animal Behavior, Fall 2013 - MIT OpenCourseWare|
Instructor: Prof. Gerald SchneiderThe introductory topics will cover various approaches to the study of animals and their behavior. Key concepts in studies of animal behavior, emphasizing ethology, are covered in class and in the assigned readings from Scott (2005), supplemented by selections from other books, especially from classics in the field as well as selected videos. Next, key concepts in sociobiology are covered using readings from Alcock (2001), supplemented by selections from addition...
Keywords: animal behavior; sociobiology; mating behaviors; altruism; path analysis; group selection; fitness; ethology; behavioral organization; behavioral ecology; naturalists; behavioral evolution; reproduction; antipredatory behavior; foraging; feeding; adaptive behavior; learning; imprinting
|MIT 9.20 Animal Behavior, Fall 2005|
Instructor: Gerald Schneider Most of the major categories of adaptive behavior can be seen in all animals. This course begins with the evolution of behavior, the driver of nervous system evolution, reviewed using concepts developed in ethology, sociobiology, other comparative studies, and in studies of brain evolution. The roles of various types of plasticity are considered, as well as foraging and feeding, defensive and aggressive behavior, courtship and reproduction, migration and navigation, ...
Keywords: animal behavior; ethology; behavioral organization; human ethology; habitat; sociobiology; mammals; behavioral ecology; naturalists; behavioral evolution; habitat selection; social organization; sexuality; mating; reproduction; animal learning; antipredatory behavior; feeding; foraging; adaptive behavior
|The pseudoscience of reductionism and the problem of mind - Morten Tolboll|
The reductionisms observe Man from fragmented viewpoints, for example as organism, as physical-chemical system, as society being, as psyche, as producer and user of language and meaning. But what becomes of the wholeness? What unites all this knowledge to a total image of Man? The reductionisms´ explanations of this always end up as philosophical shipwrecks. Reductionisms are philosophical viewpoints, which under cover of being science seek to answer the question of Man, or reality as such...
Keywords: Reductionism; Pseudoscience; Atheism; Skepticism; Pseudoskepticism; Richard Dawkins; Daniel C.Dennett; Social Darwinism; Edward O.Wilson; Fritjof Capra; Ken Wilber; Evolutionism; Eugenics; Scientism; Charles Darwin; Philosophy; Mind; Consciousness; Science; Critical thinking; Meditation; Truth; Relativism; Subjectivism; Heredity and environment; Sociobiology; Social biology; Biology; Sociology; Social constructivism; Herbert Spencer; Holism; Historism; Sociologism; Psychologism; Theosophy; New Age; Arnold Toynbee; Oswald Spengler; Lamarckism; Lysenkoism; Fascism; Nazism; Neodarwinism; Quantum mechanics; Materialism; Idealism; Personal identity; Self; Free will; Ideology; Genes; Free choice; Personal responsibility